My sophomore year is over and it feels too weird. Wasn’t I just moving in yesterday?
So far, I have been loving being on Summer break and being on no schedule whatsoever (until work starts up later this month).
It was a lazy but fun Mother’s day over here this past weekend. I was in my pajamas until 2PM and as a family we watched a total of three movies within 24 hours.
My friend told me the other day that her family doesn’t sing “Happy Mothers day” to her Mom on Mothers day. Are we just crazy or does anyone else do this?
Song or no song, I’m pretty sure Mom would disown us if we forgot to pick up a french silk pie for her on Mothers day. That is one tradition that we don’t mess with anymore.
We also put together some of her favorites for her big day: Chocolates/bath soaps/ body lotions/ and perfumes. She said it was a great day.
My week so far:
I truly felt like “Mommy” today when the boys were at school today. I went to my pilates-barre class (which is kicking my butt) and brought my phone in with me like the other Moms just in case the boys needed me during the class.
The two of them are too funny. On our way to baseball practice today J Biebs was playing on the radio and the the boys yelled, “Turn this off, he sounds like a girl!”
As cute and fun as these two are, this week has made me realize that having kids really is a full time responsibility.
Tara and I always joke about how we’re already excited to have babies of our own in the future ( Tara even has names picked out), but I know I still have lots to do and see in the world before then.
Conor is running for student council (for next year) at the high school, so tonight the fam is plotting catchy phrases for the publicity posters while praying for a Bulls win. Elections are next week, so the campaigning is in full force.
Happy Wednesday everyone!